The "Moral" right sometimes goes even farther than we've come to expect them to go. This example of their "righteous indignation" crosses the line of any such morals and over into the realm of absurd, anti-family (which they so proudly wave in front of themselves like a big banner), and confirms the absolute hypocrisy that is - being "right."
Two 14-year-olds in Palm Beach, Florida weren’t expecting to be sent
home from school when they greeted each other with an innocent hug.
Nancy Crescente was shocked to find out that Palm Bay Southwest
Middle School suspended her son, Nickolas Martinez, and his friend. “I thought it was the most bizarre thing I’ve ever heard,” Nancy Crescente told WOFL. “We’re a cultural family and this is what we do.”
“They said this is what they do across the board, it is what it is. And that was that.”
School administrators say there are no plans to update the “no
hugging” policy that was approved by a committee of parents years ago.
“‘Public Displays of Affection’ is a school board policy,” Brevard
County School spokesperson Nancy Davis explained. “It relates to kissing
and holding hands and hugging. It is a blanket-wide policy across all
But Nancy Crescente thinks that its time for that policy to change. “There was nothing inappropriate. Hugging is mutual. It was a mutual
hug, and I just don’t understand how something so innocent can be turned
into this chaos.”